"A Christian is a Christian no matter what church
he belongs to." - John D.
1919 John D.
Rockefeller, Jr., guided by Ivy
Lee and Mackenzie King, has been advocating "practical" Christianity for
several years as the key to harmonious relations between capitalists and
1920 Interchurch World
Movement founded through John D. Rockefeller, Jr. with an endowment of at
least $50 million concealed by Raymond B. Fosdick in "History of the
Interchurch World Movement".
Rockefeller, Jr., and the Interchurch World Movement
"The movement is not directed toward the
establishment of a superchurch." - John D. Rockefeller, Jr.
1921 Robert Staughton Lynd, a divinity student at
Union Theological Seminary, is engaging is church missionary work in Elk Basin,
Wyoming, the site of several oil camps.
Lynd pens "Done in Oil,"
an exposé critical of the conditions in the camps.
1922 Lynd pens "Crude Oil Religion" for
has the Institute of Social and Religious Research hire Lynd as a
director for its Small City Study and Lynd's wife, Helen, as a
"Rockefeller's plan was to bind ministers of
participating churches in a common pension fund while uniting foreign and
domestic activities to restore class harmony within global capitalism." -
Charles E. Harvey
1924 Robert and
Helen Lynd move to Muncie, Indiana, to begin an eighteen-month study of daily
life in this Midwestern community to measure the effects of the Industrial Revolution on
It was the first sociological study of an American
1929 Middletown: A
Study in Modern American Culture published.
"Only insiders knew of
Rockefeller's intention of using the churches in
class-harmonizing social service." - Philip Harvey
Lynd served on
government committees and advisory boards, including
Herbert Hoover Research
Committee on Social Trends and
Roosevelt Consumers' Advisory Board of the National Recovery
Abraham Vereide founds the prayer breakfast movement in the US.
1942 Vereide founds the
International Christian Leadership (ICL) group together with Marian
Johnsen, incorporated as Fellowship Foundation, in Chicago, US
headquarters for the International prayer breakfast movement.
He is the
executive director of this organization until his death.
World Vision United States is founded and founds World
Warnock Hinckley, Sr., Chairman of Vanderbilt Energy Corporation and HW
Bush supporter, becomes president of World Vision.
Hinckley Sr. ("Jack" Hinckley) was deeply involved with World
Vision, a nonprofit humanitarian organization that receives heavy funding
from USAID, the government
organ that has historically been closely associated with the
Agency." - Dean Baker
1953 Vereide starts the Presidential Prayer
Breakfast, later called the National Prayer Breakfast or the
International Prayer Breakfast.
President Dwight Eisenhower
speaking to an audience that included Billy Graham, hotel magnate
Conrad Hilton and
400 political, religious and business leaders, proclaims that "all free government is
firmly founded in a deeply felt religious faith."
Prayer Breakfast, held in the Hilton's International Ballroom, is typically
attended by some 3,500 guests, including international invitees from over 100
countries with Fellowship Foundation funding.
Records of the Fellowship Foundation
1976 "The Fellowship
pays $1.5 million for The Cedars, the money coming from Tom Phillips,
the CEO of Raytheon, and Ken Olsen, the CEO of Digital Equipment Corporation.
Sanford McDonnell of McDonnell Douglas Corporation was another
deep-pocketed supporter of the Fellowship through Full Gospel Business Men's
Fellowship International, an activity linked to Fellowship core member Pat
Robertson, began looking for a permanent headquarters in Arlington.
A letter from the Fellowship Foundation's
lawyers, Barman, Radigan, Suiters & Brown, to Van Caffo, Zoning
Administrator for Arlington County, dated September 9, 1976, requested
permission to house "overnight guests" at the Fellowship's recently-purchased
estate, known as "The Cedars."
The letter stated, "no more than ten
individuals could be accommodated at any one time."
The letter also
affirmed, "that no [emphasis in original] person not involved in the Fellowship
would ever be invited to spend the
night at the House."
That statement would later prove embarrassing
to a number of politicians who stayed at Fellowship group homes while insisting
they were not members of the group.
A letter from Arlington County's
Department of Inspection Services to Coe's attorneys, dated September 20, 1976,
granted the Fellowship use of the Cedars as a "place of worship."" - Wayne
1974 Sun Myung Moon asks
church members in the United States to support President Richard Nixon during
the Watergate scandal when Nixon was being pressured to resign his office.
Church members pray and fast in support of Nixon for three days in
front of the United States Capitol, under the motto: "Forgive, Love and Unite."
1975 Moon speaks against
North Korean aggression in Seoul
and a speech at an event organized by the Unification Church in Washington DC.
1976 Charles Wendall Colson founds
Prison Fellowship Ministries.
Charles Colson's Jails for Jesus
"The church has been
plagued with celebrity Christians for much of this century. Colson is a good
example of a man who has had some sort of religious experience and is smart
enough to parlay that into an organization and movement that keeps his
celebrity status alive.
But the doctrine he teaches is false." - John W. Robbins, The Counterfeit
Gospel of Charles Colson
"This formulation - against the world
for the world - is not precisely biblical language. But I think it elegantly
sums up the Christian public-square posture writ large. I would
challenge pastors to preach
on this theme, or a related one. I would
challenge lay Christians
to act on it. We all have a role to play." - Owen Strachan, Associate Professor
of Christian Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in
Kansas City, Missouri
scandal: Tongsun Park and Congressman Richard T. Hanna agree to share the
commissions from American rice sales to obtain favorable decisions for Seoul in
the United States Congress.
Hanna aids Chung Il Kwon and Park in finding
effective lobbying techniques by advising the pair to emulate Taiwanese and
Israeli models that had succeeded in the past.
1983 Sun Myung Moon starts the Washington
Times, a paper that was built on the remains of the William F. Buckley's
defunct Washington Evening Star.
The Fellowship achieves a record at its National Prayer
The 34th such gathering attracted representatives from
over 100 nations.
Similar prayer breakfasts are held in over 500
Pat Robertson's 700 Club began the Christian
Broadcasting Network (CBN), which cleverly combined news broadcasts with
The money-losing Washington Times is a
Ronald Reagan favorite newspaper.
Showing Faith in Discretion
2010 Junkets for Jesus
A secretive religious group that
operates a congressional boardinghouse near the US Capitol might have used
money from a terrorist organization to fund overseas trips for certain members
of Congress, according to a complaint filed Oct 13 with the Internal Revenue
Service by 13 Columbus pastors.
"We believe that the facts detailed in
this complaint present a
dangerous threat to the integrity of our government and to churches and
other charities in the United States," the pastors wrote in the eight-page
complaint. It is the pastors' latest attempt to lift the cover off of the
Fellowship Foundation, which for decades has sponsored the annual National
Prayer Breakfast and has provided discreet religious counseling to high-ranking
American and international government officials.
The foundation and its
leader, Doug Coe, "poach the teachings of Jesus and distort them to their end,"
said the Rev. Eric Williams, pastor of North Congregational United Church of
Christ on the Northwest Side. The 12 other ministers who signed the complaint,
and their denominations: Eric Brown, Christian Church (Disciples of Christ);
William Casto, United Methodist; Al Debelak, Evangelical Lutheran in America;
Jim Gebhart, United Methodist; Forrest Hoppe, United Church of Christ; Kim
Keethler Ball, American Baptist Churches/USA; David Meredith, United Methodist;
Roger Miller, United Church of Christ; Bob Molsberry, United Church of Christ;
Jo Anne Nay, United Church of Christ; Stephen Smith, Episcopal; and Cynthia
Speller, United Church of Christ.
Since 2004, the year the foundation
received funds from the terrorist organization, the complaint says that it has
sponsored a number of overseas trips by members of Congress: Reps. Robert
Aderholt, R-Ala., Mike Doyle, D-Pa., Joe Pitts, R-Pa., and John Carter,
R-Texas; former Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va.; and Sens. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., and John
The complaint also offers new evidence that the
Arlington, Va.-based Fellowship Foundation "provides direct and indirect
assistance" to the C Street Center, a red-brick boardinghouse for members of
Congress just a short walk from the Capitol.
The pastors complained to
the IRS that the C Street Center is providing cut-rate rent for congressional
residents, who might be liable for unpaid taxes and penalties if they did not
report the rent perquisite as income.
Clergy Seek End Of Tax Exemption For Structure
2011 Why does James Inhofe still support Gbagbo?
2014 Senator Travels to Africa 100 Times to Pray?
February 2, 2017 3,500 political leaders, military
chiefs and corporate moguls meet for eggs, sausage, muffins - and prayer at the
Washington, DC 65th National Prayer Breakfast.
Donald Trump opens with
a dumb joke.
February 21, 2017
Douglas Evans Coe, global ambassador for Jesus known primarily for
spiritual mentorship passed
peacefully to his reward on Tuesday, February 21, 2017, at his home in
Annapolis, Maryland, after a brief hospitalization following a heart attack and
He and his
wife had six children and 21 grandchildren.
66th National Prayer Breakfast: Donald Trump opens
Maria Butina and the National Prayer Breakfast
Inhofe wants to change U.S. policy on Africa
2019 Inhofe urges Republicans to back budget deal for military's
"A couple weeks ago, I talked
about a new book by Christine Wicker called The Fall of the Evangelical
Nation: The Crisis Inside the Church 2008.
Christine Wicker was
raised in the evangelical Baptist church, came to Christ, grew away from the
church, but kept a warm spot in her heart for it.
A major publisher
asked her to write a book about what great successes the megachurches were as
the spearheads of the evangelical movement.
But after more than a year
of research, the leaders within the churches convinced her that she was writing
the wrong book.
She found the
unreported fact that evangelical church numbers are declining and have not kept
up with population growth for the past hundred years.
They learned to
manipulate the media very cleverly.
They represent perhaps 7% of
Americans, not the 25% we've been
She includes herself among the duped, as she was a religion
writer for the Dallas Morning News for seventeen years." - Davidson
churches for every 10,000 Americans.
17 churches for every 10,000 Americans.
1954 Johnson Amendment prohibits all 501(c)(3)
non-profit organizations from endorsing or opposing political
The amendment is agreed to without any discussion or debate
and is included in Internal Revenue Code of 1954.
Limits on Political Campaigning for 501(c)(3)
Six presidents who used the IRS to bash political
2000 12 churches for
every 10,000 Americans.
churches for every 10,000 Americans.
The average American church has 125
"Little children are going to lay their hands on the sick and heal
multitudes. We are going to be
just like the Lord. They're going to say, 'Here comes that
dreadful, fearful army of
champions. Here comes those with a
Word of Knowledge, the word of
wisdom, the working of miracles, with a healing ministry, with the power to
heal the sick and raise the dead." -
Chuck Smith, founder of Calvary Chapel, Costa Mesa, California
is one of "Healing Revival"
campaign managers for Paul Cain.
John Wimber meets Paul
Cain for the first time.
Paul Cain predicts his coming to and going
from a meeting with John Wimber would be confirmed by earthquakes, which did
(In California between 1988-1997 earthquakes occurred at
the rate of 37,283 per year; 3,107 per month; 714 per week and 102 per
"We were made aware that
Paul Cain had become an
We showed Paul evidence of
recent homosexual activity.
Paul Cain admitted to these
sinful practices and was
placed under discipline.
However, Paul Cain has resisted this process
and has continued in his sin."
- Rick Joyner, Jack Deere, Mike
1983 Bob Jones debutes.
1984 Bob Jones "hears the audible voice of the
Lord" telling them that in 10 years the "new wine would be poured out" just
like the butler (cupbearer) was restored to his position serving Pharoah
1986 Founders and
elders form Grace Ministries, an umbrella 501c3, to facilitate the
emergence of end-time
The various ministries eventually include Apostolic
Teams, City Churches, The House of Prayer (now IHOP), The
Joseph Corporation, The Israel Mandate, Ministry Training
Center and Shiloh Ministries.
Bob Jones is removed from prophetic practice by Vineyard
proponents following evidence of "sexual improprieties"
involving several female members of the congregation.
When Mike Bickle
leaves Vineyard becoming Metro Christian fellowship Bob Jones is
July 23, 1996 Bob Jones
is given visions of a powerful
demonic spirit identified as Basilisk.
In the second vision given
to Bob Jones in on July 23, 1997, Basilisk had multiplied hundreds of
2000 Mike Bickle hands over pastorship of Metro
Christian fellowship to Floyd McClung, Youth with a Mission international
The harp and bowl prayer model is based around the type of
worship and intercession as described in Revelation 5:8.
"And when he
had taken it, the four living creatures and the twenty-four elders fell down
before the Lamb. Each one had a harp and they were holding golden bowls full of
incense, which are the prayers of the saints".
The "harp" used in the
scripture represents praise worship and the "bowl" represents prayers of the
saints rising up before the Chariot
Worship around the Chariot Throne incorporates prayer and
The harp and the bowl together create a new dynamic of worship
referred to as intercessory worship or
corporate prayer led by prophetic worship.
International House of
Prayer (IHOP), a non-profit 501c3 features the Harp and Bowl centered
around 24-hour prayer and worship, antiphonal chanting of psalms and
prophetic singing of passages of
This continuous prayer and chanting is
designed to bring down the presence of
the Holy Spirit and
create an atmosphere
of revival - or entrancement.
"You can divide up the history of the Kansas City
fellowship into five eras.
The first was late 1982 to 1985, the
The second was 1985 to 1990, the Hijacked years.
The third was 1990 to 1996, the Languishing years.
was 1996 to 2000, the
The fifth are the
2000 to present.
Even when the leadership wanted in the worst way to
do the Will of God, ignorance
at the very least, if not the
temptations to fame
and popularity, kept
them from seeing what that Will of God was. " - Don Clasen
Broadcasting Network is co-founded by Paul Crouch, an
Assemblies of God
minister, and Jan as KTBN, a 501c3 non-profit.
1999 Prophets promoting
"The Call" appear:
LaMar Boschman: "Western people are afraid -
we need to get vertical - that's the key to miracles."
Ché Ahn: "Another
wave is hitting ... we will see
another Jesus movement."
Lou Engle: "
We will no longer call him Baal,
we will call him our
Mike Bickle: "This is a
sovereign dimension. The Lord is restoring the
five-fold ministry. It is
one river, not three separate movements.
Trinity Broadcasting Network is the ninth largest
broadcaster in America.
Trinity had a larger American
audience than its three main competitors - followed by Daystar Television
Network and The
Trinity is carried on over 275
television stations in America and
on thousands of other cable television systems around the world in 75
countries, where its programs are translated into eleven languages.
Trinity Broadcasting Network, a 501c3 non-profit corporation, owns 23
stations and 252 low-power rural stations in America.
Jimmy Swaggart, television
neoevangelist and prolific showman, was baptized at the age of eight while
attending an Assemblies of God meeting.
Jimmy Swaggart's meetings were
boosted by his cousin Jerry Lee Lewis.
As head of the Pentecostal
Bible College, a non-profit 501c3, Jimmy Swaggart conducted a television
neoevangelist ministry of national prominence on par with
Benny Hinn and
Swaggart was caught one day with a prostitute in a local motel.
Then was found to frequent prostitutes.
Jimmy Swaggart never repented and was defrocked in April,
"If I do not return to the pulpit,
millions of people will go to
hell." - Jimmy Swaggart
Christian Broadcasting Network, CBN is founded by Marion
Gordon Robertson as a non-profit corporation.
1988 Marion Gordon Robertson runs in the
Republican presidential primary race stating that 'God' has told him to run for
Marion claims to be able to directly communicate with 'God' and with 'Satan',
Speaks in Tongues
and performs healing
Marion popularized the notion:
"The one who refuses to believe in Satan is
possessed by Satan."
Marion knows belief grants power to that which
A Zionist Christian Marion grants Satan power through
recognition and suggests you follow him in worship at the
"I know this is painful for the ladies to hear, but if
you get married, you have accepted the headship of a man, your husband. Christ
is the head of the household and the husband is the head of the wife, and
that's the way it is, period." Marion Gordon Robertson
preaches that women that do not
submit to the will of
men "leave their husbands,
kill their children,
destroy capitalism and become
2002 Marion receives the State of Israel Friendship
Award from the Zionist Organization of
America for his consistent support of Greater
2005 Marion states,
in response to accusations from Hugo Chavez, president of Venzuela, that
Americans were backing plots to assassinate him, "If he thinks we are trying to
assassinate him, I think that we really ought to go ahead and do
2007 Marion turns over control
of the Christian Broadcasting Network, CBN to his son Gordon in who
holds a baccalaureate degree from Yale University and a juris doctor degree
from Washington & Lee Law School.
At one point the Christian
Broadcasting Network, CBN employees ~ 2,800 people sending out programming
in 99 languages to over 225 countries with domestic studios in Virginia Beach
and Nashville, and overseas studios in Manila, Jakarta, New Delhi, Hyderabad,
and Kiev, Russia.
A brief sampling of some
Come Up Here Third Heaven Revelation
Bob Jones, Paul Keith Davis, Bobby
05/31/2006 - 06/03/2006 Toronto Canada
Cost : $99 CDN ($83
US) up to $139 CDN ($117 US)
Summary: If you want to see
His Kingdom come and experience
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As you learn how to
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Come and learn from the forerunners speakers; Bobby Conner, Paul
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Summit of the prophets releasing Signs and Wonders:
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06/01/06 thru 06/03/06 San Luis Obispo, California
$75.00 Individual, $140.00 Couples luncheon included
Registration: $85.00 Individual, $150.00 Couples
Please be a part of what the
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We no longer need to pray for revival
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We must now step forward and participate in what the
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We will have
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you into what the Lord has for you.
"The fabric of this world is about to
be shaken, as kings awaken from slumber and robe themselves with heavenly
garments of eternal
fear the shaking that is coming upon the world.
The unexpected fires which are
about to burst forth will not touch a hair on our head, but
only free you from your
You have been held
like a prisoner within a world that is not your own.
Remember that you are
only a pilgrim passing through this
small speck of dust as an
ambassador on assignment from
Kings of this world are to be
judged, and many leaders
will soon fall.
After the fires have
settled, only true kings will
The church age began with the
prophet, evangelist, pastor and
4:11), but will end with the final two ministry offices of
the king and
appearing on the scene (Revelation 1:6).
The hour of the seven-fold
ministry has now arrived, for the kingdoms of this world are about to become
the kingdoms of our God and
King, and the world stage is now set for the final battle between darkness
and light."- Timothy Snodgrass December 17, 2007
and MorningStar Ministry Team
06-01-06 thru 06-03-06 Fort Mill South
Summary : Devoted to walking in the power, gifts
and fruit of the Holy Spirit
Lady Exorcist Erica Shepherd
06/02/06 thru 06/03/06
Opa Locka, Florida
Summary: Exorcism Healing Deliverance
integrated Prayer ministry where
99% of all you pray for
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The school that takes you beyond
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This training takes you to the next
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Prophetic Training Conference
06/03/2006 - 06/03/2006 Davie, Florida
Cost $50 + $7 for
Summary: Practical, in-depth teaching and training on various
aspects of hearing from the Lord and speaking it forth.
workshops and character teaching included.
Free To Be Me 'A Lazarus
Bishop David Huskins, apostles - Veronica Smith, Elizabeth
Hairston, Pamela R. Hardy
06/07/2006 - 06/11/2006 Cedartown, Goergia
Cost: CDF $145.00 Non CDF $160.00 Daily rates: $60.00
Classes included the following: Flags, Streamer, Vocal Technique, Lead Guitar,
Bass, Keyboard, Praise & Worship, Modern, Tap, Heart Of the Artist, Hip
hop, African, Billows Pageantry, Sign, Hula Worship, Conditioning, Drama,
Prophetic Understanding of the Tabernacle, Embodied Pray, Heart for the Nation,
The Moods of the Spirit, Relationship Between the Sr. Pastor and the Music
Ministry, Worshipers as Gate Keepers, Preparing our temple, Dance
improvisation, Intimacy with the Lord and much more.
Ché Ahn, David
Herzog & Brian Johnson
06/08/2006 - 06/10/2006 San Leandro, California
Cost $55 - $75 per person
winds of awakening are blowing in
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Apostolic Encounters 2006: Building According To Pattern
apostle John Tetsola, apostle Thamo Naidoo, apostle Eric L. Warren
06/08/2006 - 06/11/2006 Columbus Ohio
Cost: May 15 - $65.00; May 16 -
$75.00. All fees are non-refundable.
Summary: There is
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PrayerQuake 2006 - Igniting Transformational
Dutch Sheets, Henry
Blackaby and Jackson Senyonga
06/14/2006 - 06/16/2006 Mesa Arizona
$90 - $125 per person
Summary: Powerful, Inspirational, and Practical
Launch a Revival Conference, 2008
February 28 - March
2, 2008 Chino, California
Cost: $40 early bird, $50 regular, $30 youths
Summary: Have you been praying for a revival?
you a bystander, a crowd, a
fan, or a pursuer of His Kingdom?
Are you writing your own Acts today?
There is no better time than right now to have every man, woman, and
child rise up and be a History Maker.
as they call it, has become big business.
speakers, they travel from city to city to city, charging for inspirational
talks - medicine show healing revivals - now "conferences" - needed cash flow
to build non-profit corporate empires.
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